There’s Something Very Different About This Ebola

There’s Something Very Different About This Ebola

The first case of Ebola was during 1976 which infected 318 people (280 died). The second major Ebola outbreak was during 1995 with 315 cases (killing 254). During 2003 Ebola infected 143 and killed 128. In 2007 Ebola affected 264 individuals resulting in 187 deaths. This time, in 2014, as of this post date, Ebola…

Quietly Top Off Your Food And Preps For An Ebola Pandemic Panic

Quietly Top Off Your Food And Preps For An Ebola Pandemic Panic

At some point in time, the sheeple will panic. When that time arrives, it will be too late for you. While the current Ebola outbreak continues to be downplayed by the mainstream, the fact is that there may be a tipping point in time when enough people become frightened to the point of rushing to…

Ebola Is Now In The USA, But, You Have Nothing To Fear

Ebola Is Now In The USA, But, You Have Nothing To Fear

That’s the message you’ll probably start hearing from the mainstream talking heads. The risk of Ebola spreading is little to none. The public has nothing to fear. Just because the CDC said that Ebola infections could reach 1.4 million by the end of January (worldwide), don’t worry – you will be fine. Ebola will always…

Why An Epic Food Crisis Will Follow A Pandemic

Why An Epic Food Crisis Will Follow A Pandemic

While the pandemic assaults the population, stores will shut down and a devastating food crisis will rapidly develop – starving millions – even those who have escaped the deadly grasp of the virus itself. While the current Ebola virus rages in Africa, and although the mainstream media is keeping it mostly quiet, the problems there…

Pandemic Flu Survival

Pandemic Flu Survival

A pandemic flu happens when a new flu virus appears which the world population has little or no immunity. Aviation and global transportation, along with crowded living conditions in a growing world, will cause new flu viruses to spread more rapidly than ever before, possibly threatening our survival…

Smallpox Virus – Intentional Release And Potential Spread

Smallpox Virus – Intentional Release And Potential Spread

The alarming global (potential) spread of smallpox is revealed in a research study published in Scientific Reports which considers human mobility patterns in it’s findings. Using a large-scale population model, they simulated the global spread of smallpox after an intentional release event, which showed that potential outbreaks can occur in different continents even before the…

Ebola Biological Warfare – A Pandemic Nightmare

Ebola Biological Warfare – A Pandemic Nightmare

While you may not know it (this is not reported widely), the wost ever Ebola outbreak is sweeping through west Africa and is apparently raging out of control – while the worst news is that the virus may spill out of Africa into other continents – as exemplified by one of the latest to possibly…

H7N9 Virus: One Of The Most Lethal We Have Seen So Far

H7N9 Virus: One Of The Most Lethal We Have Seen So Far

UPDATE: A very deadly (bird flu) Avian Influenza ‘A’ virus (H7N9) — first reported in China during March 2013 — is now being confirmed to have ‘limited’ interhuman infection. Beijing confirmed for the first time that H7N9 bird flu has spread from person to person.

H5N1 Avian Flu And You

H5N1 Avian Flu And You

From the Centers for Disease Control, Like all influenza A viruses, HPAI H5N1 viruses continue to evolve and human infections with H5N1 virus, resulting from direct or close contact with infected sick or dead poultry, are expected to continue to occur. The avian influenza subtype H5N1 viruses currently circulating in poultry in parts of Asia…

FDA Fast-Track’s Half-Billion-Dollar Smallpox Vaccine

FDA Fast-Track’s Half-Billion-Dollar Smallpox Vaccine

(image: SIGA) A ‘Siga Technology‘ drug, named ST-246, which reportedly works by blocking the ability of the smallpox viruses to spread to other cells, has been granted “fast-track” status by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA). 1.7 million doses, at the cost of $255 per dose, will add to the U.S. Government’s $1 Billion…